100% of your money brings help to people in need.
When you give to the Redmond Fire Fighter’s Benevolent Fund, it all goes to the cause. That’s right. We have zero operating costs thanks to our wonderful members who volunteer their time and resources, so when you give, every penny goes to the community.
Saturday, July 11, 2020
Redmond Fire Fighter’s Pancake Breakfast
Redmond Derby Days
A breakfast of pancakes, sausage, eggs, coffee and orange juice will be served. Kids can tour the fire engines, spray water on a mock fire and try on real fire fighter gear.
When: Saturday, July 11, 8:00 a.m.- Noon
Breakfast Location: Redmond Fire Station 11, 8450 161st Ave NE
Cost: Suggested donation of $5 per person
(All proceeds go to the RFF Benevolent Fund)
Annual RFFBF Events and Supported Programs:
Coats for Kids
The RFF Benevolent Fund partners with Operation Warm to distribute new coats to children in the community.
We believe in providing warmth, confidence, and hope to children in need through the gift of a brand new winter coat.
Fire fighters visit schools, sizing kids and distributing coats during the cool fall months.
RFD fallen fire fighter’s
The Redmond Fire Fighter’s Union and the RFF Benevolent Fund offer High School scholarships to the Redmond Community.
Each applicant must be applying as a full-time student into an accredited school, vocational or technical program. The scholarships will be awarded deserving individuals whose application and essay demonstrate a commitment to serving others, which can include family, friends and the larger community.
The Benevolent Fund scholarships will also be awarded on the basis of financial need.
Hopelink Giving Tree
The Giving Tree program is one of the ways that the Redmond Fire Fighters Benevolent Fund supports the community work of Hopelink.
Partnering with Microsoft, the Benevolent fund helps pick up some of the 25,000 gifts donated by Microsoft employees and their families to nonprofits in the Seattle area.
During the holidays, Hopelink’s special gift drive helps parents in the community provide memories for their children who would otherwise go without at this time of year. The support of volunteers and businesses in the area means we can alleviate some of those monetary strains during the holiday season, putting smiles on children’s faces and spreading good cheer.
Special thanks to Redmond’s Bar and Grill
RBG hosts an annual charity golf tournament at the Golf Club at Redmond Ridge. They have partnered up with Redmond Fire Fighter’s Benevolent Fund this year and last year, raising an astounding amount of money and generating incredible support for our nonprofit.
Interested in playing in August of 2020? Sign-up individually or as a team, and enjoy a fun filled day out on the golf course. Following the tournament, there is a banquet dinner, as well as a silent auction with lots of items. More information will be posted as the event approaches.
The Redmond Fire Fighter’s Benevolent Fund is a 201(c)3 charitable organization run voluntarily by a small handful of City of Redmond fire fighters and paramedics.
RFFBF is an advocate for the hungry and displaced within and/or visiting our community. We assist those in our own community affected by tragedy and help children and families in need.
We are a 100% volunteer operated nonprofit organization that directly benefits the citizens of Redmond, Washington. We have $0 administrative/operating costs and every penny goes back to the community.